The project "(extra)ordinary" would like to provide in the center of the Ruhr area, namely in Duisburg and surroundings, dance enthusiasts and dance beginners from 16 years access to movement and expression using urban dance methods and the basic idea of "Each one teach one" of hip-hop culture. In the area of "urban arts" and "artistic experiments", access to the hip-hop culture should be created regardless of age, origin, faith or gender. In the foreground of this dance and movement research are everyday life and being "ordinary". Together with the participants, the following questions will be explored: Who am I in everyday life? What roles do I take on in everyday life? Who do I want to be? What gives me impetus for daily life? What does it even mean to be "extraordinary" or "ordinary" and who determines that? Based on these questions, a one-week residency will experiment with how the theme of "being ordinary" can be staged in public. Because ordinary does not always mean bad.